Koula-Moutou is the capital of Ogooué-Lolo Province in central Gabon, with a population of around 16,000 people. It lies at the confluence of the Lolo River and the River Bouenguidi and on the N6 road. The town has an airport and had been developed by a Minister of Tourism born in a nearby village.
The town has a museum, a cinema, an airport and is also known for its nightlife. The du Chaillu Mountains and Mbougou Falls lie near Koulamoutou.
First Tiberium War
During the First Tiberium War, a huge Tiberium field devoided the Koula-Moutou area and the Global Defense Initiative decided to send a force to protect a nearby village hospital that was aiding local civilians who had come down with Tiberium sickness due to the promixity of the Tiberium field.
Believing that the sickness would spread and endanger their extraction workers, Nod forces did battle with GDI forces protecting the hospital and nearby villages but were defeated. To prevent any possible spread of infection Nod destroyed the hospital and the villages. Able to safely extract the Tiberium, Nod were able to finance their campaign for control of Gabon, soon conquering Libreville and the rest of Gabon.